Monthly Archives: January 2016

Wall Street, Main Street, Peptic Ulcers

Friday Sep 14, 2012 The Fed has announced a new phase of Quantitative Easing which it hopes will drop unemployment to 7% years from now. Main Street is still suffering. Wall Street, on the other hand has recovered. Big profits, … Continue reading

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A Mathematical Way to Describe Different Forms of Government

We know that there is a field of study that is called “political science.” But we also know that it is not really a science. The field of economics is not a science either, but because everything it involves can … Continue reading

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Introduction to Faction-Free Democracy

Introduction Why I wrote this book. At the end of World War II my father and other young men came home, and our quiet world of waiting, worrying women and children became one of joy, excitement, vigor, and optimism. For … Continue reading

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